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Pumalin Park touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Austral Route||5,5 mi|
|Yelcho Lake||18 mi|
|Futaleufu River||18 mi|
|Futaleufu National Reserve||20 mi|
|Hornopiren National Park||30 mi|
|Puelo River||36 mi|
Destinations by Areas of Chile
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Pumalin Nacional Park is a beautiful place, protected by the Chilean State to preserve the ecologycal enviroment.
A Douglas Tompkins project, this park -317.000 hectares- with a flora and fauna could easily become a Sanctuary of Nature soon.
Pumalin National Park, a private initiative with public access, invites you to enjoy guided visits and 3 hour walks where you can contemplate nature at its best form.
Ecologycal biodiversity and outdoor activities.
Sport fishing, bicycle riding, trekking, horseback riding, sea and river kayak, canoe, bird watching, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
Tenth region. Located south of Hornopiren, 30 kilometers south of Caleta Gonzalo (which is located 60 kilometers north of Chaiten)
How to get there?
Santiago-Puerto Montt: Land route and airway.
Puerto Montt-Chaiten: Airway, by Chaiten small airport
Chaiten-Pumalin Park: Land route, by Austral Route R7
Puerto Chaiten-Ouerto Montt and Catamaran: Seaway by ferry –all year long-. During summer time only from Caleta Gonzalo to Hornopiren.
When to go?
All year long
Housing, food, transportation, information center, professional guides, camping.
Yelcho lake, Espolon lake, Hornopiren Nacional Pak, Futaleufu Nacional Reserve, Palena Nacional Reserve, Encuentro river, Futaleufu river, Puelo river, El Amarillo springs, Llancahue springs, Reñihue valley, Blanco river, Blanco lake, Tronador path, Cascadas Escondidas path, Negro lake, Michinmahuida volcano, Vodidahue valley.
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